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Fig. 3 | Fungal Biology and Biotechnology

Fig. 3

From: Peptides derived from Kex2-processed repeat proteins are widely distributed and highly diverse in the Fungi kingdom

Fig. 3

Distribution of Kex2-processed repeat proteins (KEPs) in the Fungi kingdom shown on a taxonomic tree of the surveyed strains. The phyla are shown by colored edges and circle segments outside the tree. Outer bars show the average number of KEPs per genus, colored by types containing at least 15 KEPs (gradation from red to yellow to green to blue); types containing fewer than 15 KEPs are shown in dark grey and stand-alone KEPs without any homologs in light grey. Inner bars also show the average numbers of KEPs per genus, but are colored by the KEPs with (red) and without (dark grey) DUF3328-domain-containing proteins encoded within the 15 genes closest to the KEP-encoding gene. The figure in a vector format is available (Additional file 2)

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